SMITTY wrote:You guys are lucky. We can't build *censored* here in MA. It all has to come through a dealer - no internet sales. Even BRASS!
Stocks come pinned for sale in MA, and you can only get 10 rnd mags ... unless they're "pre-ban". This state even threatens their own LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS with 10-year sentences for possessing post-ban mags and certain firearms!
This might be what the rest of the country will see by '16 ....
SMITTY wrote:I think MA trumps all 49 for the MOST boneheaded laws.
Did you know you need a firearms license to purchase, or possess MACE??? Not joking! You need a license to carry a spice .... only in MA .....
There was some confusion a while back as to what was considered an "unloaded" black powder rifle. Common sense dictates that if you remove the primer, then the primitive weapon is useless ... but this is MA. My ol' man got thrown on the hood of a State Police cruiser because "they" considered "unloaded" to be: no powder, no projectile. MORONIC to the NINES ....
You need to apply for and prove disability to hunt with a CROSSBOW! Yep .... the same state that started the revolution has come 360° to the WRONG side!
I often wonder what horrors I may have committed in a previous life to be cursed with life in Massachusetts!!
k9 Bara wrote:
Also, with some simple machining you can complete the "80% lowers" and have no records........
blusmoke wrote:AR's are like legos, you can build what ever you want.
Tactical, precision, different calibers, goes just as deep as your pocket.
I have a few, different set ups for different requirements.
Waiting for a few parts to arrive for a new build. Hopefully in a few weeks.
Load up on mags.
I really like the EoTech for the optic decision on the ar platform. The Aimpoint M series is equally up to the task.
Extra parts in the drawer for later is always a good idea too.
Enjoy the AR they are fun to shoot.